The Paper Bag Princess (The Musical!)
I write the humor blog around here. I have children. And I'm a recovering musical theater geek.
So it behooves me to tell you that if you too have a funny bone, a child, and a love for musical theater, there's a show opening next weekend you don't want to miss. And if you don't get your tickets ASAP, you will miss it, because the The Theater Bug is small, and the demand for tickets is big.
The Paper Bag Princess is a musical adaptation of the classic children's book by Robert Munsch, written and directed with great humor and grace by the bountifully talented actress, director, singer, and child whisperer, Cori Laemmel, with musical co-writer, Eric Fritsch. I have read the script, and I have seen a short preview of the play. It is adorable. And FUNNY. Performed by two talented casts of Nashville children, the show opens this Friday. And it's yet another example of the creative magic that has transformed our city into a nationally recognized Artistic Hotbed of Supercool Awesome.
You can purchase tickets online (recommended) or at the door (if there are any left). Tickets are $10 for adults, and $5 for children.
Friday June 29, 7PM
Saturday June 30, 11AM and 2PM
Sunday, July 1, 2PM
Friday, July 6, 7PM
Saturday, July 7, 11AM and 2PM
Sunday, July 8, 2PM
Little Leah Cordovez knew she wanted to be a doctor when she was four years old. “I used to follow my brother around with Band-Aids and cotton balls just waiting to jump in with first aid. I was all over it.”
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